Robin Williams once asked, “If Woody Allen’s dreams are in black and white does Ted Turner buy them and color them in?” That’s funny if you’re old enough to remember when there was a sudden surge of black and white movies being badly colorized and if you’re culturally unaware enough to not be depressed that Robin Williams is dead and Woody Allen is a terrible person—in other words it’s a hilarious joke if you’re living in the late ‘80’s, but it hasn’t aged well.
Anyway, here’s my entry for day three of the Black & White & Pictured All Over Challenge, a little number that I didn’t just turn black and white but also manipulated a bit to get extra shading and sharpness, and I call it Someday My Prints Will Come.
I like the shadow and miss Robin Williams Is that black and white enough for you?
Having read that comment I’d say it definitely doesn’t leave any gray areas.
I’m loving this series. You are so clever!
Thank you so much! It’s a lot of fun and has really been surprising for me–and hopefully for others too.
You’re a prince, Chris.
I can’t tell you how much that means coming from you, a queen among bloggers.